It's Her Day

IT’S HER DAY PROGRESSES ALL THE WAY, BUT….

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Seated silently, in the movie chart of every cinema is this unsuspicious, and surprisingly brilliant movie, It’s Her Day. Unfortunately, it reigns at a time when other overtly raved movies—unbefitting too—exist. It is a considerably well-thought-out movie undeserving of the miserly attention it has ever received from the Nigerian media. Had this movie a better budget: finishing, picture quality, sound, […]

a trip to jamaica

A TRIP TO JAMAICA: A COMEDY OF 3RR0R5

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A trip to Jamaica is a thoroughly enjoyable and humorous movie that travels the locations Lagos to the United States to Jamaica. It makes use of loads of conflicts, and Nse Ikpe Etim does a good job creating tension with her character’s multiple emotional meltdowns. The movie sets situations that generally lead to a comic relief. But do these situations sit […]

Black november movie review

Black November CUTS IT, but does it CUT IN?

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Seeing that Black November appears cut out for a more international audience (many American characters), the director probably deemed it fit to include a fact-file at the movie’s introduction. The catch? A probably intended shocker: how 90% of Nigerians live on less than $2 a day; and how the continuous oil spills make Nigeria the most environmentally devastated land in […]

the ceo review

THE CEO MOVIE MANAGES TO LEAVE A HUGE MESS (SPOILER ALERT)

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This film-maker is known to be a twists master to many of his Nigerian viewers, because he has always somehow managed to turn a perfectly decent scenario into something exciting and tension-filled. This brilliance in story conception and planning might be good enough for Nigerians so far, however, I think it’s time to break the ice, so that the upcoming […]